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Jan 16
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Jellyfish Nebula · IC 443 Supernova Remnant in Gemini Constellation

Size: 50' x 40' Magnitude: N/A Also known as Sh 2-248, LBN 844, VMT 9
Uploaded by Rodd
Size: 3,314 × 2,492 px
Visual Field: 0.7º
Uploaded by Ninos_Jj
Size: 2,316 × 1,524 px
Visual Field: 1.0º
Uploaded by keithlt
Size: 3,091 × 2,075 px
Visual Field: 0.9º
Uploaded by Robert_Engberg IL, United States
Size: 2,048 × 1,254 px
Visual Field: 2.0º
ISO: 1,000
Uploaded by Rodd
Size: 3,334 × 2,506 px
Visual Field: 0.7º
Uploaded by Ajay_Mandke TX, United States
Size: 2,103 × 1,344 px
ISO: 400

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Hourly Elevation Jan 16

Jellyfish Nebula as seen from Ashburn
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Data Sheet

6h 16m 35s
22º 30' 59''
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